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Sport Relief 2016: Total money raised stands at £55444906, Frank Spencer returns in Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em … – Telegraph.co.uk

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Sport Relief 2016: Total money raised stands at £55444906, Frank Spencer returns in Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em
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Britain's favourite diamond geezer admirably ditched his swagger and bad boy shtick, introducing us, in a series of films, to children in Sierra Leone whose lives have been devastated by the Ebola virus and malnutrition. Visibly shaken after one film

Free money for millennials in new UK government budget – MarketWatch

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Free money for millennials in new UK government budget
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Anyone between the ages of 18 and 40 in the U.K. — meaning mostly millennials, but also some youngish Generation Xers — has just become eligible to sock away money for retirement or a home purchase in a new vehicle called a Lifetime ISA. ISA stands …
Budget 2016: If George Osborne is giving me free money, why would I need a pension?Telegraph.co.uk
What the Budget means for saversAOL Money UK
Weekly Money: the personal finance stories we noticed 14 to 18 MarchThe Independent
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EU claims diplomatic immunity after using UK aid money to ‘meddle in the Middle East’ – Daily Mail

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EU claims diplomatic immunity after using UK aid money to 'meddle in the Middle East'
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The EU is claiming diplomatic immunity after using taxpayers' money to build unauthorised settlements and roads on Israeli parts of the West Bank, MailOnline can reveal. An Israeli NGO launched legal action after photographing EU flags flying above …

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£1,200 bonus offer for Help to Save accounts – AOL Money UK – AOL Money UK

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£1,200 bonus offer for Help to Save accounts – AOL Money UK
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Low-paid workers who put money away in a new savings scheme will be rewarded with a bonus of up to £1200, Prime Minister David Cameron has announced.
Help to save: £1200 'free' money on offer to 3.5m low-paid workers – there's just one catchMirror.co.uk
Budget 2016: new 'Help to Save' scheme – will you qualify?Telegraph.co.uk

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